New Year 2018 has begun and this means the awards season is on! And with that being said, the 75th Annual Golden Globes is on its way to hand out the prestigious awards to the deserving ones.

A lot has been speculated and talked about the Golden Globes of this year and the Hollywood Foreign Press Association is giving out all the inside details about the grand award ceremony this year including the list of presenters. The association has added four more stars in the group that includes Jennifer Aniston, Angelina Jolie, Helen Mirren and Emma Stone.

Jennifer Aniston and Angelina Jolie to Present At The 2018 Golden Globes!

Jennifer Aniston and Angelina Jolie who rarely appear together due to their history sharing mutual ex Brad Pitt, this time they are breaking all the stereotypes and standing together to present the Golden Globes and fans are freaking out to see the two gorgeous ladies on the platform.

This was possible due to the #MeToo and Time's Up movement where all the women are coming together sharing a message of anti-harassment and all the sexual violence that's happening in the industry.

A rare picture of Jennifer Aniston and Angelina Jolie attending an event together
 
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The Friends starlet Aniston donated $500,000 to the legal defense fund that'll assist men and women who've been the victim of sexual abuse and harassment, all governed by the Time's Up GoFundMe campaign while Jolie has publicly spoken against the disgraced producer Harvey Weinstein and her bad experience with him.

Jennifer Aniston and  Brad Pitt split in 2005 while Pitt and Angelina separated in 2016
 
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And with this news that they'll be presenting the show together, it's going to be one of the highlights of the ceremony. Jennifer's ex-husband Brad Pitt left her for his now ex Angelina Jolie in 2005. Noone thought that the perfect the once perfect couple Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston would call it quits but when Brad and Angelina too, separated, many fans referenced it as 'karma' including Jennifer Aniston.

Not only this, the actresses supporting the Time's Up movement will wear black to support solidarity, not as a fashion but as an awareness campaign.